Giveaway! American Quilter Magazine


American Quilter Magazine


Good Morning, Quilters!  I hope you all had a lovely Easter filled with family, friends, fun and of course, JELLY BEANS!

Last week was busy at The Inbox Jaunt!  Two generous quilters made guest appearances:

On Wednesday we stitched patterns and variations with Hilary Florence HERE and

On Sunday, Peggy Riemer shared a paper piecing pattern HERE!

Thank you for sharing, ladies–We certainly enjoyed your company and your expertise!  Come again any time….


As I reported HERE,  my debut article for American Quilter  (My Line with Lori Kennedy) is on newsstands now!  I was thrilled to see it for sale at my nearby JoAnns store….so thrilled, in fact, that I bought a few extra copies–to share with YOU!

American Quilter Magazine


In order to enter this Giveaway  I’m going to solicit YOUR advice…Please review all the free motion quilt tutorials HERE and pick your favorites.  I will use YOUR favorites for an upcoming column in American Quilter magazine.

American Quilter Magazine

As I have found on Open Line Fridays, YOU are my best advisors…so tell me your favorites and earn a chance to WIN American Quilter Magazine.

You’re THE BEST,


PS…All images, tutorials, and information found here is the property of Lori Kennedy at The Inbox Jaunt and is intended for personal use only.  Feel free to re-blog, tweet, pin with attribution to The Inbox Jaunt.  For all other purposes, please contact me at  Thanks a million!

184 thoughts on “Giveaway! American Quilter Magazine

  1. Your stitching is incredible!!! I would love to master this technique… But I’ve got a long way to go!
    My favorites are:
    1. Squiggle Square
    2. Braided Wheat
    3. Small Open Leaf

  2. I really like the open leaf and the variations of it. Thank for all of the great tutorials. I can’t wait to try some of them. Take care and God bless, Cory

  3. I like the daisy chain (because I can actually do that one and did it on my very first quilt). Next I am going to try Nikki’s Puzzle Pieces. Finally, The Windowsill Garden because I have practiced that on a qulit sandwich and think I can do that one too on a real project. I love your blog–it gives me so much encouragement.

  4. Very difficult your request. All designs are very useful and good ….
    Some by choice after much thought:
    The Irish Chain
    The Pretty Bow
    The Square Flower and Variations
    The latter two used them in a mug rug.

  5. Because I am just starting to machine quilt I like the daisy chain, but truth be told I love them all and look forward to gaining the skill to do all of them!

  6. Thanks you for your great tutorials. They have been such a great help. Finding favorites is hard, but I guess I would pick Daisy Chain, Flower Power, and Spools

  7. Oooooh! This is so hard! I’m new to this & want to do them all! But, I have to start somewhere, sew…The Fabulous Flower, the Picket Fence, the Tulip & the Figure Eight Leaf.

  8. Your designs and instructions are wonderful! As a longarmer, I especially like Diamonds Are Forever, Grid Play and Swirls and Twirls.

  9. I couldn’t pick just one! They are all so pretty! Here are my favorites (in no particular order): Fleur di les, Irish chain, and the spiral heart border. I’ve used the spiral heart border on my longarm for several customer quilts and they always like it!

  10. Nikkie’s Puzzle is one of my favorites due to it’s simplicity. It’s perfect for all the kiddie quilts I love to make.

  11. I love the square flower but this was really difficult to decide on one pattern. I think about making a sampler with some of your patterns. And I would love to win a magazine but I am not sure if you will mail to Germany.

  12. Wow! It is hard to choose!!! I like
    Easiest flower and variations
    Open leaf with spirals
    Flower power
    So glad more quilters will benefit from you talent !

  13. Absolutely love the daisy chain pattern. Have always loved daisy’s and it’s a flower I doodle with all the time. Thanks so much for your inspiration and sharing your talent! Being new to FMQ, your tutorials are a wonderful way to learn different patterns.

  14. Flower power, Square flower and Picket fence are three I’ve used and like very much. But I need to try a few more and am waiting for just the right quilt to come along. I appreciate so very much your photos that break down each step of the design. When I came across your blog, I finally began to believe that I could do FMQ. You were the perfect teacher for me!!

    spirit dot in dot stoney at gmail dot com

  15. I really like the swirling star tutorial. I tried free motion quilting for the first time 3 days ago and will definitely be trying some of your wonderful designs.

  16. All of your tutorials are seriously amazing! Two that I have done and really liked are Daisy Chain and Double Loop Vine. Thanks~

  17. After stitching in the ditch for many baby blankets, I need to move on. This inspires me to get out my fears and try some of the moves. Heaven knows I have a nice enough sewing machine to do it. Thank you.

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